#1
Im sure this bothers everybody, when you see a handfull of tabs of a song, some of them power chords, some of them ACTUAL chords. So, how many of the tabs of songs do you think are ACTUALLY power chords?
#2
it doesn't bother me, so you're statement is false.
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#4
quite alot.
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#5
It's not like you have to follow tabs 100%. It's just a guideline. If you like full chords, go with it. If you like power chords (like me), do that. It's preference.
#6
So check it out. If you are getting pissed off by power chords and actual chords and all this bull****, Im gonna let you in on a little secret. You can turn a power chord into an actual chord, I know it sounds crazy, but hear me out, all you have to do is barre the primary note, and perhaps a a finger.

Ex. 3-5-5-x-x-x is a G5 power chord
3-5-5-4-3-3 is a barre chord

Therefore it really shouldn't make a damn difference if buddy put power chords instead of actual ones. It is the same effing thing and it doesn't take a Clapton to figure out. So next time instead of bitching, hows about we try to work that useless lump inside your skull. Jesus Christ.
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#8
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LMAO I think i laughed unnecessarily hard at that... but yeah just turn the power chords into full chords :|
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